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    Sauerkraut

    any recipes for sauerkraut ; other than puppies in the hay, kelbaska in it , fried etc.
    would like to know.......
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    I have a recipe for reuben dip that has sauerkraut in it, if you'd like to have it. Or are you looking for main dishes?
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    I use a large jar of kraut. Into a pan put 2 Tbsp butter, 1 chopped onion, 2 Tbsp brown sugar, 1 cup of orange juice and cook it down. Add a half bottle of beer, caraway seeds and the kraut that has been washed. Serve with brats and mashed potatoes. Happy Eating. Hugs, Omacookie

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    Omacookie, What do you do with the other half bottle of beer?

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    I rinse my hair with it.... I grew up down wind of a brewery . The smell was awful and the taste is worst Ught!!!!

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    I like it cooked with pork country-style ribs, pork chops or a pork loin. Season meat according to taste, add a few carraway seeds and a chopped apple. I sometimes lightly saute the meat, then add the sauerkraut. Sometimes I cook it covered in the oven and other times I cook it in a slow-cooker. Delicious!
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    I make sauerkraut soup. (I think it must be Slovenian. recipe from my MIL)

    Use leftover ham with bone or ham hocks
    2 large cans sauerkraut (I rinse one and do not rinse the second one so I get some zing!)
    Water to cover everything in dutch oven

    Cook for 3 or 4 hours
    Add 3 cut up potatoes and cook for another hour or till potato is tender

    This is one of our favorite recipes for winter especially! Enjoy

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    I make sauerkraut chocolate cake. That's the only way I'll eat sauerkraut.

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    I put a small jar of sauerkraut on top of my cabbage rolls while cooking to help flavor them, delicious.
    Just spread on top of your favorite recipe.

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    sauerkraut perogie....yum!

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    I have one that you make in a crock pot.. Take a small pork roast or tenderloin, place it in crock pot. Grate two small potatoes, mix with the sauerkraut and about 1 1/2 T caraway seeds.. Let cook on low for 5/6 hours.. About half way thru take two forks and shred the pork.. I serve this with mashed potatoes.. Very good

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    Thanks everyone

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    Here you go: Reuben Sandwich Casserole http://old.post-gazette.com/food/20020704ruebenp9.asp

    This is a great casserole when you have a lot of folks over in the cooler/colder months and want something other than cold sandwiches. It is addictive, though!

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    Kraut

    I make a great kraut salad to put on beans. No cooking, just mix and refrigerate.




    Quote Originally Posted by Psychomomquilter View Post
    any recipes for sauerkraut ; other than puppies in the hay, kelbaska in it , fried etc.
    would like to know.......

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    Yrs ago I had recipe for sauerkraut cake --not chocolate --maybee it's on the web . If I was able to find it I will post .
    Good luck as s-k is very good for you.

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    Sauerkraut balls. Drain a can of sauerkraut, squeeze out some of the juice. If it is stringy I chop it a little. Brown a pound of breakfast sausage and break up the chunks and drain the grease. cool. Add 3 oz crean cheese and sauerkraut. Chill. Roll into balls. Dip in a beaten egg and bread crumbs. Deep fry until brown. I have also baked them to save calories. Very yummy.

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    I love sauerkraut - I can eat it out of the can or jar!! A good German girl.

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